Tokyo, May 9, 2016 - Solar Frontier Americas, US subsidiary of the world's largest CIS solar energy solutions provider, Solar Frontier, announced today its solar modules have been selected to be installed in a pipeline of residential, agri-business and agro-industrial solar power generation projects in and around Sonora, Mexico, by Enilso. Enilso is a rapidly-growing solar distribution and installation organization serving Mexico.
SMART Wind Roadmap pinpoints top actions to innovate and boost U.S.-led distributed wind manufacturing
DWEA and Sustainable Manufacturing, Advanced Research & Technology (SMART) Wind Consortium publish shared-vision Roadmap of key strategies to reduce lifecycle costs, maintain high quality, and expand production volumes
With the technology, infrastructure and energy mix demand developing, marine energy can be seen as a key frontier in clean energy generation. The UK Marine Energy Conference 2016 focuses on accelerating wave and tidal energy as viable energy alternatives, whilst maintaining the UK & Ireland's position at the forefront of marine energy development.
Industry leader EcoFasten Solar will be at Intersolar N.A. booth #9633
Axion Power International, Inc., Releases DIY Off-Grid Solar Light Kit as first consumer-ready Product
Available for purchase online, the solar light kit mounts on a pole, but can also mount to a building. It is ideal for parking lots, farms, college campuses, outbuildings, parks or residential spaces in need of added outdoor lighting.
Solarrus Corporation Consolidates Under the MaxGen Energy Services Name to Underscore its Unified Approach to Servicing Customers
Solarrus Corporation, a leading independent service provider in the US solar, electric vehicle and battery energy storage industries, announced today that it is consolidating its brands under the MaxGen Energy Services name.
Energy Storage Systems at ees Europe: The exhibition showcases the industry's latest trends and innovations
As part of the panel discussion, Nagy will outline the immediate and long-term strategies SunLink is pursuing to lower balance of systems costs and help its customer partners successfully navigate the evolving global solar market.
Analog Devices' Power Conversion Platform Improves Safety, Reliability and Efficiency in Renewable Energy Applications
By integrating ADI's established iCoupler digital isolation technology with the new, breakthrough mixed-signal processor design (ADSP-CM41x), the platform simplifies system design for power inverter manufacturers while also improving system safety and reliability, and helping drive down the cost of renewable energy.
As a major breakthrough, the White Paper presents how the cost of electricity for DMS® CSP plants can be lowered to 5 to 7 US$Cents per kilowatt-hour when designed for base load power generation with more than 15 hours thermal energy storage.
Joe Ryan & Brian Eckhouse for Bloomberg: For all the upbeat forecasts about the growth of solar power, this is a punishing year for the industry. And it won’t improve anytime soon. SunEdison Inc., the world’s biggest clean-energy company, is bankrupt. Yingli Green Energy Holding Co., once the top panel maker, warned it may be inching toward default. And SolarCity Corp., the largest U.S. rooftop installer, plunged as much as 27 percent Tuesday after scaling back its installation forecast for the third time in seven months. They’re not alone. A Bloomberg index of 20 major solar companies has slumped more than 30 percent this year. Soaring installations and growing global demand for clean energy is being trumped by investor concerns that the debt-fueled strategies employed by SunEdison, Yingli and SolarCity are endemic to the industry and dangerous for shareholders. “They call it the solarcoaster for a reason,” said Nancy Pfund, managing partner of DBL Partners and a SolarCity director. With so much happening, both positive and negative, “it’s been hard for investors to follow.” At a time when falling prices, renewed U.S. tax breaks and the Paris climate deal are fueling solar sales worldwide, solar shares are performing even worse than coal stocks. Cont'd...
WINAICO partners with Springers Solar and Enphase Energy to bring solar solutions to new real estate development in Queensland
WINAICO partners with Springers Solar and Enphase Energy to install world-leading 310W monocrystalline PERC modules on the sales office of the newest North Harbour residential development in Burpengary, Queensland, Australia. This presents an opportunity to add the latest Enphase and WINAICO technologies on up to 2200 new residential homes.
Established Asia-Pacific Market Leader Reduces Inverter Cost per Watt by 33 percent by Releasing Equinoxâ„¢ Inverters with Ampt Mode®
EDF Group Signs a Strategic Partnership with Enbridge for the Three First Offshore Wind Farms Projects off the French Coast
Through this agreement, Enbridge acquires a 50% stake in Eolien Maritime France (EMF), the company controlling the three future offshore wind farms. EDF Energies Nouvelles and Enbridge will be co-owners (50/50) of EMF.
PowerCare products+services offering has been particularly appealing to installers and EPCs looking to grow market share in the underserved mid-sized 1 to 10 MW sector. By integrating the design, delivery and installation of the racking system through a provider with full design and installation capabilities, the resulting efficiencies pull in schedules and lower costs.
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